Safer at Home Mesa County
Safer at Home Mesa County will happen gradually.
You are being asked to stay home as much as possible while allowing certain activities to resume with physical distancing measures in place.
Heightened disease monitoring continues to ensure adequate capacity in health care settings is maintained and to and prevent outbreaks in high-risk settings. If increased disease transmission begins to occur, immediate action will be taken to protect our community and healthcare resources.
A variance to the statewide safer at home plan was approved by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Mesa County’s variance allows continued reopening a limited capacity, with social distancing precautions in place. This is complementary to State Public Health Order 20-28, Executive Order D 2020 079 and should not be relied on solely.
Business owners looking for guidance can download this guide and other useful information.
- Guide to help businesses ensure physical distancing (Español)
- Employee Health Screening Form
- Guide to Conduct Symptom Screening (Español)
- Suggested Sign: We are Open
Additional sign templates can be found below
More Resources for Businesses to Print or Post
Post this sign at your entrance or in your lobby reminding customers about the steps we can all take to keep our community healthy.